Degradation of methyl orange using short-wavelength UV irradiation with oxygen microbubbles.

@article{Tasaki2009DegradationOM,
  title={Degradation of methyl orange using short-wavelength UV irradiation with oxygen microbubbles.},
  author={Tsutomu Tasaki and Tsubasa Wada and Kanji Fujimoto and Shinji Kai and Kaoru Ohe and Tatsuya Oshima and Yoshinari Baba and Masato Kukizaki},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2009},
  volume={162 2-3},
  pages={
          1103-10
        }
}
A novel wastewater treatment technique using 8 W low-pressure mercury lamps in the presence of uniform-sized microbubbles (diameter = 5.79 microm) was investigated for the decomposition of methyl orange as a model compound in aqueous solution. Photodegradation experiments were conducted with a BLB black light blue lamp (365 nm), a UV-C germicidal lamp (254 nm) and an ozone lamp (185 nm+254 nm) both with and without oxygen microbubbles. The results show that the oxygen microbubbles accelerated… CONTINUE READING
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